Turkey and Greece swap barbs over islands on the Aegean Sea

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Tensions over military equipment sent to Greek islands off the coast of Turkey have inflamed tensions between two NATO allies. The dispute stems from a 100-year old treaty signed during the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, which gave the islands to Greece on the condition that they remain unarmed. Durrie Bouscaren dives in.

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